Friday, January 28

Professor: – Mass testing of students with rapid tests is relatively useless

Mass testing in schools can promote infection, says Professor Elling Ulvestad.

Professor Elling Ulvestad believes that the rapid tests are not reliable. Photographed here in connection with a report in Bergens Tidende on 28 January 2020.

If the authorities get what they want, all pupils and employees in schools and kindergartens in Norway must take a quick test before the first school / kindergarten day. In the next few days, 83,000 students and 9,000 teachers will have to test themselves before school starts in Oslo.

While other municipalities, such as Tromsø, do not have the capacity to deliver 15,000 tests to everyone before school starts, writes NRK.

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